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As we move to COP 28

According to the African Development Bank (AfDB), climate change could reduce Africa’s GDP by 2.8% to 10% by 2050, depending on the severity of the scenario.
It says this could translate into a loss of $68 billion to $259 billion per year. The World Bank has also noted that climate change will increase conflicts and displacements in Africa, estimating that as many as 86 million Africans could migrate within their own countries by 2050.
With such dire predictions, the young African leaders say reducing climate change vulnerabilities in Africa has become not only a moral imperative but also a strategic investment in the region’s future and resilience
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    Our GDP has already taken a toll due to issues like unemployment and the COVID pandemic. We cannot afford another consequential damage by climate change

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